Enema Syringe Infant Cara15 - 1 Oz

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Enema Syringe Infant Cara15 Insert enema pipe into bulb making sure the open ended nozzle is upright.
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    • UPC : 038056000156
    MANUFACTURER: CARA INC.

    INDICATIONS:
    Enema Syringe Infant Cara 2 ounce capacity. 2 year limited warranty.

    DIRECTIONS:
    Use as recommended by physician. Flush bulb and pipe thoroughly with water before each use. Fill enema bulb with warm water or physician recommended enema solution. Insert enema pipe into bulb making sure the open ended nozzle is upright. Apply lubricating jelly to enema pipe. Expel air from pipe by squeezing bulb. Place child on bed covered with a waterproof sheet and bath towel. Position child with knees drawn up. While child maintains this position, gently insert lubricated enema pipe into rectum, and squeeze bulb slowly. If resistance occurs, pause momentarily, and then gently continue. Note: If bowels are not loosened, repeat in 15-20 minutes. An enema is not always expelled immediately. Cleaning: Separate pipe from bulb. Wash both parts thoroughly in warm soapy water. Rinse bulb and pipe several times, squeeze out excess water, and air dry.

    WARNINGS:
    Use of anything other than plain water, or doctor recommended enema preparations, may damage product or injure the child. Do not place heavy or sharp objects on top of product. Do not expose product to direct sunlight or heat, as it will adversely affect the product.

    Shipping Weight : 0.20 lb
    AL United States

    Good product, works fast

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    These work well for mild to moderate constipation, usually in around 5 to 10 minutes. I personally find the Fleet's Bisacodyl enemas to be a little more effective. According to the instructions on the package, you're supposed to use the knee-chest position when taking the enema. This is probably to insure that the small amount of liguid gets deep enough in the colon to be fully effective. The knee-chest position is fine if you have someone to help administer the enema, but it can be a little awkward if you're doing it alone. I've found that lying on my left side works about as well.


    It was packed well.

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    I'm a quadriplegic, we often have touble evacuating. This takes any where between 2 minutes and 10 minutes to work. Good Luck!!!!


    ENEMEEZ

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    I HAVE TRANSVERSE MYLEITIS AND HAVE BEEN USING ENEMEEEZ FOR ABOUT 5 YEARS.AND HAS FOUND IT TO HELP WITH MY BOWEL MOVEMENT. I CANN'T DO WITH OUT IT. I USE IT EVERY OTHER DAY AND HAVE NOT HAD ANY ACCIDENTS. I AM PARALYZED FROM THE CHEST DOWN. MY HUSBAND TAKES CARE OF ME AND HAS BEEN FOR TEN YEARS.I AM BLESSED WITH A GOOD MAN.